All living creatures want sleep. Sleeping offers individuals and every one living creatures the time for the body to recuperate and regenerate. Lion’s desires sixteen to eighteen hours of sleep, whereas primates, 10 to 12 hours of sleep.
by Cat 8 years ago
How much sleep do you consider adequate to function properly, personally?The conversation about sleeping has been popping up a lot recently. Fellow hubbers and I have been joking about the idea of never going to bed. What is adequate sleep, for you?
by cubesz 9 years ago
How much sleep should a 14 or 13 year old get?
by m920621m 12 years ago
How to be productive the whole day with only 5-6 hours of sleep?Any tips?
by KevinC9998 11 years ago
How many hours a night do you consider a good nights sleep?
by Azhar Kamar 11 years ago
How many hours of sleep per day is healthy for a human?How many hours of sleep per day is healthy for a human? When I was in the army, they said 7 hours of sleep is sufficient. When I was in school, they told us to have at least 8 hours of sleep everyday. So, what's the number?
by maheshpatwal 12 years ago
How many hours in a day do you sleep and how many hours of sleep in a day one should have?
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